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This is all about Simple-Shaped Contemporary Family Home. This house is located in Jozefow, Poland.
Descripton from the architects :
“We came up with a simple form laid out on the plan of a prolonged rectangle, covered with a gable roof. The whole day zone, including the living room, the dining room and the kitchen, was designed as a single space opening with large picture windows to the south, over a spacious terrace and a beautiful view. The night zone, that is the bedroom with a bathroom and the dressing room are located in the eastern part of the building. The rooms in the northern part: the study, the laundry room, a bathroom and two guest rooms upstairs do not need to be so brightly lit”.
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This is all about Highly Contemporary Loft Design by GAS. This is located in Chisinau, Moldova. The bedrooms are in perfect chromatic tune with the living room. The kitchen is also highly modern and it goes without saying-all-equipped. Exposed pipes give the place an industrial touch, without interfering with its overall harmonious appearance. Lighting is ensured by two intriguingly-shaped lamps, one descending from the ceiling and the other placed on the floor.
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Contemporary Design Employing Natural Materials Lake Travis Residence was designed by Hsu Office of Architecture. Some of the materials used for the exterior finishes are also present indoors, contributing to a sophisticated, yet cozy atmosphere. The interior design is contemporary and features plenty of inspiring details.Â A generous room on the bottom floor is separated (by a modern staircase leading to the upper level) into dining and living area. The bedrooms are located above and have floor to ceiling windows, allowing the inhabitants to fully enjoy the surrounding landscape.
This is Description from the Architects :
“this two story custom residence utilizes a bisecting plan to offer flexible open space and respond to the grade of the site. Natural materials such as wood siding, stacked ledge stone and stucco are used to tie into the landscape. A large butterfly roof and expansive windows capture views and embrace the surrounding vista“.
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Antonio Sofan is based in the Philadelphia architect who designed a residence with an area of 5380 square meters in Monteria, Colombia.
This is a one-story contemporary home with a nerve called the River House. Completed last year, the residence overlooking the River nerve is the second largest river house in the country.
The concept of simple design, based on two white boxes with large missing piece to a shady terrace. Both blocks are connected and homes are different: the high one holding the dining room, kitchen, living and service, while the shorter one room includes four bedrooms. Two bedrooms with a view to the outdoor pool, featuring a wide building.
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Are you on the lookout for a bathtub that is both fashionable and user-friendly? Perhaps these designs from Italian bathroom manufacturer Teuco will touch a soft spot and fit the profile. After checking out the company’s portfolio, we narrowed it down to three incredible looking designs from the Seaside collection that resemble small pools, rather than common bathtubs. The contemporary products feature built in hydromagnetic systems that make every bath a soothing experience. Moreover, their design is impeccable, allowing them to integrate easily in a large variety of contemporary bathrooms. Naturally, for a spoil of this dimensions, the owner has to let go of a few square meters of living space. But many consider that a small price to pay for having their own miniature pool in the comfort of their modern bathroom. What do you think? Do these designs fit your idea of ultimate indoor relaxation?
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When the owners of this home approached Nico van der Meulen Architects, their brief was simple: “to design a stunning, cutting-edge, contemporary home”. The only absolute requirement was that it had to be visually extraordinary with an indoor swimming pool.
The relaxed attitude of the client and the large site (10 000m²) provided the architects with a golden opportunity to explore the home three-dimensionally with advanced 3D computer software, and fuse the programmatic requirements into the 3D model. The outcome was a design where form meets function. Enhancing the structure are the incorporation of sun-orientation, circulation, open-plan living areas, view orientation and privacy.
Rudolph van der Meulen, from Nico van der Meulen Architects, explains: “The result is a design where the three dimensionality of the building is celebrated with intersecting planes of steel and glass ‘hovering’ above the solid elements of concrete and plastered brick. Aluminum louvers are used for sun control and privacy, while creating depth and layering. The ground floor was purposely lifted above the landscape to improve the views of the garden, and to create level differences in the ground floor plane. The main bedroom cantilevers over angled concrete columns and reinforces the ‘hovering’ idea”.
The layout centers around the double volume living and dining area. The dining area is placed on a platform to enhance the views towards the garden. The kitchen is more private while at the same time not entirely enclosed (it is open-plan, leading to the indoor pool area). The indoor pool and living area is enclosed with stacking frameless glass doors which gives the inhabitants the opportunity to completely open up the space. Drinks can be conveniently served directly to the pool via an in-water pool bar. The first floor is split with the children’s bedrooms on the one side, and the main bedroom on the other. The main bedroom has a small private lounge area and is open plan to the bathroom. Exterior louvers give privacy for the floor-to-ceiling glass showers. With the exception of the home theatre and the second guest room, which was added later, all rooms are north facing. Even the kitchen that is located behind the indoor pool receives direct north sunlight from the high windows set in the angled roof during winter.
The interior design team from M Square Lifestyle Design ensured that finishes and fittings accentuated the architecture of the home. All fittings were specifically designed and made to suit the architecture of the house. “The interior reflects the exterior with intersecting planes creating points of interest. The exposed steel roof trusses, steel I-beams, and the bent steel staircase tie the interior with the exterior and refer to the quasi industrial aesthetic of the home,” explains Phia van der Meulen of M Square Lifestyle Design.
“The color palette was purposefully monochromatic with accents of red. This is drawn from the external finish specification set out by the architect. The idea was to create a holistic edifice, where the boundaries from inside to out are diffused,” adds Phia. Steel sculptures by Regardt van der Meulen were used to blend with the steel structure.
Some of the materials used included polyurethane flooring over concrete floors, mild steel both raw and powder-coated, natural ash timber veneers and a sandstone gabion wall which adds texture as counterpoint to the black polished steel wall in the lounge.
The look was completed with contemporary furniture supplied by M Square Lifestyle Necessities.
The home fuses aesthetics and functionality and meets the owners’ requirements for cutting-edge design, while fulfilling the lifestyle requirements of a modern South African family.
The landscaping was designed to incorporate a large wetlands feature to contain the water seeping out from the rock underlay and this supply an ample source for irrigation of the extensive property.
Plants used were all indigenous and adapted to the area, while large sculptures by Anton Smit create visual interest in the landscape.
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Lopez Island Cabin was designed by Stuart Silk Architects.
Located on a wooded bluff above Puget Sound, the Lopez Island Cabin re-imagines a traditional retreat in contemporary materials and form. As with most true cabins, there are few rooms: a living area/kitchen, two modest bedrooms and two small bathrooms. The project utilizes simple materials and an efficient plan to create a striking, sculptural form.
At the western edge of the house, a 14-foot-tall glass wall terminates the main living space and celebrates the site’s uninterrupted views of the Sound and mountains. A single shed roof cantilevers over this space, evoking a sense of protection and blurring the distinction between interior and exterior.
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